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Franck Prissert

Franck Prissert

Investment and Global Real Estate Advisor at Capital Max, Inc.
  • Interesting how no one seems concerned with Russia. Erdogan has pleaded with Putin full access to the SCO, and tried to play both sides by blackmailing the EU with refugee flows. The purpose in both cases was to get some kind of financial aid. Ultimately, this leads to social unrest on the back of economic

    Interesting how no one seems concerned with Russia. Erdogan has pleaded with Putin full access to the SCO, and tried to play both sides by blackmailing the EU with refugee flows. The purpose in both cases was to get some kind of financial aid. Ultimately, this leads to social unrest on the back of economic woes. Latest examples, Yanukovich, Morsi, next will be Iran. Putin handled Ukraine and got Crimea. Saudi Arabia handled Egypt - but in 2016 al-Sisi tried Putin and surprisingly, Iran. Turkey’s 2016 coup strangely failed, most likely a combination of Obama’s absence and Putin’s overt support. This is called the Russo-Islamic Alliance, and I say we are at a Tipping Point. My upcoming book will show how we got there. If Russia makes a move on Turkey by helping Erdogan, and the people don’t get to overthrow the regime, this time with US aid, we are looking at something way more serious than the lira impact or what not.